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Houston’s BLVD Place II

Houston, TX

Houston, TX

Slated for completion in summer 2014, Blvd Place II (Houston Galleria area), will add 211,000 square feet of mixed use space, including one of Whole Food Market’s largest Houston locations. Other tenants include Pinkberry Yogurt, True Food Kitchen, Apache Corporation’s main office, and Frost Bank relocated corporate headquarters. When all phases of this project are complete it will include restaurants, retail, and office space, with the possibilities of multiple residential towers and a hotel.

In partnership with Slack & Co Contracting; Jesse Sandoval (52) and Blake Locke of ABT Drains sold heavy duty trench drain specialized for motor and foot traffic.

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Beltway 8 Trench Drain Work

Houston, Texas

Houston, Texas

The Harris County Toll Road Authority is currently expanding the Sam Houston Tollway between Highway 59 and Highway 288 in southwest Harris County. This nine-mile renovation project began in 2011 and is expected to be finished by late 2013. The project consists of expanding the highway from two to four lanes in each direction, widening the inside shoulder, a new toll plaza, and work on exit ramps to Highway 59.

In partnership with Webber ConstructionDean Alley (51) and Blake Locke of ABT Drains  sold 2,500 lf of a specialized heavy duty trench drain for this project.

Thank you to Dean Alley (51) for providing the images and ongoing project information.

 

Final Stretch of I-45N Construction

Montgomery County, Texas

Montgomery County, Texas

Just north of Conroe, TX; a lane widening project of I-45 is nearly finished. This project’s construction began in 2010 to help accommodate the growing population and traffic. The project consisted of expanding the highway from two to four lanes in each direction and rebuilding the frontage roads.

In partnership with Webber Construction; Dean Alley (51) and Blake Locke of ABT Drains (who also provided the engineering services) sold 776 LF of a specialized heavy duty trench drain for this project. Other products sold by CMC Construction Services for this project include 337,000 GTI Paving Chairs, 105,000 Tie-Bars, and 40,000 Gallons of Prime Eco Type 2 Cure.

Thank you to Dean Alley (51) for providing the images and ongoing project information.

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